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The easiest way to perfect: iterations.

Start, test, refine.  Repeat in short affordable steps.

Learn what works and what doesn’t.  Amplify what works and dampen what doesn’t.

How long does it take?  Not sure I’ve ever found perfect.  And it doesn’t matter.  Things can get better in a hurry, and you don’t have to get to perfect to start getting great results.

The fine print-

The “easiest way to perfect” doesn’t mean it’s easy the same way the easiest way to climb a mountain isn’t easy.  But it is the easiest way.  So, why not get started?

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